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Krishna Janmashtami Being Celebrated

Krishna Janmashtami Being Celebrated – Amisha Sharma/Nepalayatimes Hindu devotees of Nepal celebrated Krishna Janmashtami today. Krishna Janmashtami is the festival celebrates in accusation of the birthday of Lord Krishna celebrated in Hindu religion. It is the celebration of the victory of goodness and dharma over the devil and bad power. It is celebrated on Ashtami Tithi, (the eighth day of …

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Chhath Festival Thanksgiving to the Lord Surya ‘The Sun God’

Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Chhath, a primitive Hindu festival is performed as a thanksgiving to the Lord Surya ‘The Sun God’ for granting life on earth and providing prosperity for the life forms on Earth. As per the Hindu traditions, the sun god is the ultimate force which represents vigor, fame, courage, and vitality. In contrast to other festivals, the Chhath …

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Maha Astami being Celebrated on Eighth day of Bada Dashain

Nepalayatimes   Kathmandu – All of Hindus from all over the nation as well as outside nation are celebrates Maha Astami, the eighth day of the 10-day Bada Dashain festival with Worshipping Goddess Durga Bhawani today. On this day, Hindu Devotees worship the Goddesses Mahakali, Mahalaxmi and Maha Saraswati. Maha Ashtami is considered special as the Goddess Durga attained power …

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Atawari, Festival Symbolizing Family Bond Begins

Nepalayatimes Dhangadhi – The ‘Atawari’ festival which is celebrated by the Chaudhary-Dagaura community of the western Terai in Nepal has kicked off from today. The two-day festival symbolizing mutual harmony, unity, and good family relations is observed majorly in Dang, Banke, Bardiya, Kailali, and Kanchanpur districts.   Sunday is locally called as ‘Atawar’ in the community and the festival ‘Atawari’ …

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Teej A great festival of Hindu Women

Raj Karki/Nepalayatimes     Kathmandu – Teej is the Nepalese famous fasting festival of Hindu women in Nepal. This festival falls in the month of August or early September. Married women celebrate this festival for the well-being of spouse and children and purification of one’s body and soul. Dedicated to the goddess Parvati, commemorating her union with Lord Shiva, the …

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